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Can Automatic Snow Chains be installed on a Dodge Ram?

Written by Thomas Kaiser, July 6, 2017

Onspot automatic snow chains can be used on several different types of vehicles; trucks, busses, coaches, rescue vehicles like ambulances and fire trucks etc. Occationally, customers come to us for help finding a solution where Onspots can be mounted on a new type of vehicle. One such exampel is the Dodge Ram. 

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How to keep Accurate Records? The Onspot Fleet Review Program

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, June 5, 2017

Ever wonder what would happen if we did not have accurate records for certain things in our lives. Say for example you go to see the doctor or the dentist and they did not have any record of your medical history or any record of what took place during your last visit.  The same could be said for your home or car. Service work was done but there were no records kept.  Imagine driving with no license, registration, or proof of insurance.  Although not as critical as these scenarios, the same does hold true when talking about keeping accurate records of your Onspot chain system.

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How to make your first Onspot installation?

Written by Ulrik Andersson, May 19, 2017

Think back to when you left driving school. Your mind was full of rules and regulations, dos and don’ts and a lot of advice from teachers and experienced drivers. But today, do you really remember literally all traffic signs and rules? I don’t… and do you use all the equipment in the optimal way?
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From invention and innovation to convenience

Written by Daniel Salomonsson, May 5, 2017

Probably, many of us consider an invention as a ground-breaking achievement, while an innovation is ‘just’ an improvement of something existing. But, if you really think about it, what makes your working day safer and more convenient? Is it the ground-breaking inventions or the small innovations?

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Why should I engage Onspot once a month?

Written by Daniel Corriveau, April 21, 2017

Well, you probably know that this is to keep the bearings in good order. But, why do they stay in good condition when they’re rolling? Wouldn’t it be less wear if they’re not engaged and then stay in better condition? Although it may seem contradictory, they should be rolling. Let’s dive into the world of bearings and their lubrication to understand why!

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Onspot Spring Maintenance

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, April 19, 2017

Spring is finally here. Although the start of spring in the USA officially began on March 20th the winter season would not go quietly.  On the East coast, for example, a wintry mix of snow and ice started off the month of April.  Now, however, the colder weather truly seems to be behind us as streets are swept clean, motorcycles take to the roads and classic cars come out of storage.   During this time of the year there is also a focus by many towns and cities to start spring maintenance on their equipment and vehicles.  

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How to keep your Onspots working properly

Written by Ulrik Andersson, November 2, 2016

Working habits could become bad habits

We tend to do as we always do. Many things in everyday life become habits, and we don’t reflect on them. At least until something goes wrong, or we get some other trigger to change our routines. To most people, driving is one such habit, irrespective of if we’re professional drivers or just drive the family car.

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What is an automatic traction control system?

Written by Boel Haglund, September 2, 2016

Yet another complicated system for the mechanic to learn and maintain?

Most people stick to the familiar, that’s quite natural, and we feel comfortable with the working tasks we already know. We know what to do, we know how to do it and we know how long it takes. All this makes it easier to plan for the day – without ruining the coffee break…

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